Robert Louis Stevenson


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You never know what path your life will take until you’ve left everything you know behind. Now it’s time to create a new home for yourself in a new land. This canvas is the perfect way to make your journey special, personal, and meaningful.

For this canvas, we picked a line from Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Amateur Emigrant (1895) and paired it with Claude Monet’s chalk drawing, Cliffs and Sea, Sainte-Adresse (1864) to serve as background image.

Stevenson’s travel memoir is an insight into race, class, and gender issues of the ordinary people who travel abroad with a promise of a new life; while Monet’s drawing shows a fishing boat resting on the rocks by the seaside.

This canvas wall art captures a world of imagination, inspiring anyone to follow their dreams. Made of a finely textured artist-grade cotton substrate which results in prints of outstanding clarity and detail. For indoor use only.

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